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NACE TM0177 METHOD B TEST

NACE TM0177 METHOD B TEST

NACE TM0177 METHOD B TEST

(OP)
Hello, please let us know the test method about NACE TM 0177 method b for pipe sample and procedure for the same

RE: NACE TM0177 METHOD B TEST

Hello
methods A, B, etc. in ASTM TM 0177 are related to the loading type : method B is the "bent beam" method that differs from "method A, tensile".
please have a look in the document you make reference to (NACE TM 0177)
regards

RE: NACE TM0177 METHOD B TEST

Do you have NACE TM 177 ?

DHURJATI SEN


RE: NACE TM0177 METHOD B TEST

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RE: NACE TM0177 METHOD B TEST

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I have nace tm0177, And we have test as per method A, now we are moving for method b and for that I need some guidance for the same

RE: NACE TM0177 METHOD B TEST


The B method was put in by Shell when I was on the committee in the 80's and 90's. At that time I don't recall any company but Shell using it routinely. At that time people who wrote the NACE documents got no compensation from NACE. NACE Staff did the editorial and publishing work.


























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